Ay, caramba! Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone show off their bad dance moves on Spanish TV show
23:52 GMT, 5 July 2012
They have both been guests on the Spanish El Hormiguero TV show before but, never have they moved like this in the past.
Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone both gleefully made fools of themselves as they entertained alongside puppet ants Barrancas and Trancas, in Madrid, Spain.
The stars of The Amazing Spider-Man dropped by the highly rated show to promote their new movie and also poke fun at themselves, yesterday evening.
On your marks: Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone appeared on the El Hormiguero TV show, last night, in Madrid, Spain
Garfield, 28, jumped into proceedings with both feet flailing around as he showed off his uncanny dance moves after being prompted to by the presenters.
The American-English actor looked a lot better on the big screen as the red and blue costume wearing hero than he did on television.
Unfortunately for the Social Network star, no computer generated imagery was available to improve his less than fancy footwork.
Moves unlike Jagger: Andrew and Emma both got to show off their embarrassing dance moves on the popular Spanish TV show
Take five: The on and off screen couple made a swift move for the safety of the studio chairs after their dance rendition
However, he was not the only person to hit the dance floor as his co-star Emma Stone, 23, also tried to move like Jagger but fell short too.
With their cringe worthy boogie over they quickly moved to the safety of chair behind a desk.
Emma was extremely expressive with her facial movements and displayed a full range of emotion as she went from surprised to sweet.
Range of emotion: While Andrew found something slightly unbearable, Emma appeared to have a stern reaction to something else
Nice to meet you: The Amazing Spider-Man stars got up, close and personal with two puppets that feature on the show
Great expressions: The beautiful blonde actor was went through an emotional list of faces during the show
After patting their puppet co-hosts on the head, the two stars continued to make fun of themselves as they took part in more zany games on the show.
While the film has had mixed reviews, Andrew and Emma have won plaudits for their on-screen chemistry, showing that their real life romance translated well on to the screen.
Stone plays Spider-Man's love interest Gwen Stacy in the film, picking up the role previously played by Bryce Dallas Howard.
Reach out: After patting their puppet co-hosts on the head, the two stars continued to make fun of themselves as they took part in more zany games